Cyriel Dessers Expresses Ambition to Win Silverware with Rangers

Cyriel Dessers shared his strong desire to clinch silverware with Rangers FC, inspired by a visit to the Light Blues museum at New Edmonton House. Dessers, who initially faced challenges adapting to life at Ibrox, has begun to find his footing, most notably netting his first goal of the Scottish Premiership season against Motherwell on Sunday.

Dessers attributed part of his newfound motivation to the visit orchestrated by Rangers manager Michael Beale, during which the players were immersed in the club’s rich and successful history. With an impending clash against Livingston in the Viaplay Cup scheduled for Wednesday, September 27, Dessers is now envisioning making his own mark in the club’s storied history.

Speaking to Football Scotland, Dessers emphasized his aspiration, saying, “When you see the museum and the history of this club, it inspires you. When you see the trophies there, it makes you dream a little bit that hopefully you can lift one for Rangers one day. It’s been a while since Rangers won this cup, so that would be amazing.”

While highlighting the significance of the forthcoming match against Livingston, he added, “We still have some games to go to get to the final, so we know the importance of Wednesday night. Hopefully, we can get the win. If early in the season you can lift silverware, that would give us all a massive boost. That is what we are all in football for.”

Dessers acknowledged the inherent pressure that comes with playing for a prestigious club like Rangers and commended the managerial skills of Michael Beale in handling it. He affirmed his commitment to hard work and perseverance, stating, “I work hard every day, and I will keep pushing and keep working. I will wait for my moment, and when my moment is there, I will show it on the pitch. It’s all about that in football.”

As Cyriel Dessers and his teammates look forward to their upcoming matches, his determination to contribute to Rangers’ rich legacy and possibly hoist silverware remains unwavering.